Amma, Take Me To Golden Temple is a book introducing children to one of the world’s youngest religions, Sikhism, taking them through its origin and growth.
Katha’s Supergirls series is an attempt towards spreading awareness among kids as well as adults towards basic health & hygiene, drinking clean water and maintaining proper sanitation measures.
‘Keep Calm And Mommy On’ is a book of highly relevant personal essays that could set parents thinking about important things while raising kids even if they do not agree with the author’s perspectives.
The Dream Writer can be a wonderful medium to encourage kids to start writing and illustrating their dreams and other imaginations.
A chair for my mother is a meaningful short story with useful ideas to teach children about saving money, sharing and living together in harmony.
A Cloud of Trash is a very impactful book about community cleanliness that will stay with children and adults( who need it in equal measure!)
Each theme in Katha’s Thinkbook series is introduced to the reader through an anthology of various formats in story pedagogy.
From picnics in the sunshine to daring outdoor adventures, Enid Blyton brings the excitement and magic of summertime in her unique style. Written in simple language and easy flow, Enid Blyton’s Summertime Stories is great for emerging readers- perfect for classroom reading or bedtime read-aloud stories alike!
The Hill School Girls series is a great way to not just know the workings of the adolescent mind, but also a lovely way to relive your own adolescence- rebellion and all!
While schools and academics focus on “skill-acquisition for the future”, about two-thirds of the kids today will end up in jobs that don’t even exist today. “You Are Awesome” addresses some of the quandaries of the adolescent mind directly and empathically.
Told through the life and happenings of a quick-witted, curious, 8-year-old Mira, this book could be a great beginning for young readers to prying the minds of the Holmes, Christies and the Finns in the years to come.
Neel on Wheels is a great medium to teach children about interactions with differently-abled people and bring out the difference between sympathy and empathy.